6 Oct 2015

Money Laundering And Bitcoins

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the big banks wanting the blockchain without bitcoin, which they claim is associated with money laundering and yet happily pump big bucks into the property market in the UK, which a senior police officer has identified as the preferred location for dirty money. In the second half, Max talks to Jaromil of Dyne.org about blocksize - why does it matter?

How The BBC Rewrites History With A Feminist Slant

By Kathy Gyngell: I wonder what veteran BBC reporter and presenter Sue MacGregor made of the BBC’s official historian’s characterisation of her on the World at One yesterday during an item marking the programme’s 50th anniversary?
I am referring to the contribution of one Professor Jean Seaton of the University of Westminster (that beacon of freedom and diversity) given the task of writing the Corporation’s history, who has drawn our criticism before.
Turning on the radio at lunchtime I heard her at it again, taking full advantage of her position to review BBC history through her peculiarly distorted feminist lens.  There she was portraying Sue as a young woman reporter,  back in 1967 on the World at One (Wato), naïvely unaware of the BBC’s then institutional sexism and prejudice.
“She never understood that outside in the wider world of the BBC women weren’t used as seriously (as she) because she lived in this wonderfully intelligent bubble in which she was respected…”, said the excited Professor, her voice rising to an ecstatic squeak in her imitation of Ms MacGregor: “I didn’t understand that it wasn’t like that outside (Wato) in the rest of the BBC”.

BBC Shows Its Contempt For Victims Of False Rape Allegations Yet Again

By any standards it’s a hugely notable story, featuring not only the suicide of a school boy, but a dubious rape allegation, its withdrawal and all the various surrounding issues. The coroner’s report makes it clear that the rape allegation was the cause of the suicide and the tragic case prompted a follow up opinion piece in Monday’s Times by Libby Purves and a fascinating call-in show on London’s LBC radio station, where a mother called in to highlight how her family had been destroyed by a preposterous false rape allegation against her 12 year old son.
When it comes to the coverage of this story, it’s unsurprising to see the Guardian sticking out as pretty much the only national newspaper to ignore such a significant story. Most people know by now that this feminist newspaper has nothing but contempt for the countless victims of false rape allegations and the story clearly isn’t compatible with their agenda.

Because Vagina: 21-Year-Old Paedophile Babysitter Raped 11-Year-Old Boy, Received A Suspended Sentence

By Mike Buchanan: With monotonous regularity we see cases of female sex offenders not being held properly accountable for their crimes, even when their victims are children.
Our thanks to a number of people for sending us links to this, a particularly outrageous example of leniency shown towards a female sex offender. The start of the article:

A babysitter who had sex with an 11-year-old boy she was supposed to be looking after has been spared jail after the child’s father defended her.
A court heard that the boy was ‘sex mad’ and ‘sees it as a notch on his belt’ to have sex with Jade Hatt, 21, who seduced him while babysitting him when he was off school for a day.
The judge gave Hatt a suspended sentence on the grounds that she was ‘immature’ while her victim was unusually mature, which ‘narrows the arithmetic age gap’.

Let’s see how a gender switch would read, to see the double standard:
A male babysitter who had sex with an 11-year-old girl he was supposed to be looking after has been spared jail after the child’s mother defended him. A court heard that the girl was ‘sex mad’ and ‘sees it as a notch on her belt’ to have sex with Jim Hatt, 21, who seduced her while babysitting her when she was off school for a day.


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Vice Article On MGTOW Is A Win For The Manosphere

Debate in general is a good thing. There was a recent article dealing with MGTOW, ...from a media organisation that is very feminist friendly. I think all press is good press. They can no longer ignore us, they have to begin to take us seriously. The Obsidian.

Caught On Tape: Furious French Workers Attack Air France Executives, Rip Their Clothes Off

Tyler Durden's picture Earlier today amid the general gloom of Europe's sliding non-manufacturing PMIs, the one place that stood out like a sore thumb bucking the deteriorating trend, was France which not only posted an increase from August but also beat expectations.
We strongly doubt this metric has any basis in reality because among numerous other contrary-specific factors, Bloomberg reported that as part of Air France’s long-running spat with workers over cost cuts, violence erupted earlier today as protesters stormed a meeting where managers were presenting plans for 2,900 jobs cuts, causing executives to flee with their clothes in tatters.
According to the report, human resources chief Xavier Broseta and Pierre Plissonnier, the head of long-haul flights, scaled an eight-foot high fence to escape, shielded by security guards, with Broseta emerging shirtless and Plissonnier with his suit shredded.
Casting some serious doubt on the service PMI "recovery" is that the attacks happened Monday as Air France told its works council that after the failure of productivity talks with pilots last week some 300 cockpit crew, 900 flight attendants and 1,700 ground staff might have to go. The cuts could include the first forced dismissals since the 1990s, according to the carrier, which subsequently postponed the meeting.

We’re Socializing Girls All Wrong

By Milo has knocked it out of the park recently with two columns that are related:

In the first case, Milo argues that masculinity is a force that can be unleashed for tremendous gain, but, when stifled and contained, can explode with equally tremendous devastation. I think that’s true for both masculinity and femininity, – it’s a feature of human nature. When you try to suppress some vital aspect of our very natures, it isn’t going to end well. We have to channel our natural energies towards the good, or deal with the inevitable consequences, which tend to be really bad.
Milo’s second article explains, rather nicely, I think, that while both masculinity and femininity are powerful, and very natural inclinations, there is a measurable, quantifiable, vitally important difference between how that power is deployed and iterated: the ultimate expression of femininity is a baby, and the ultimate expression of masculinity is the Large Hadron Collider.
Both are vital, but the intelligence and ingenuity required to create one is wildly different from the intelligence and ingenuity required to create the other. Any woman with a uterus, functioning ovaries and access to sperm can create a baby. It’s a miraculous, complex process, but one that operates pretty much independently of a woman and her intentions.

California Mayor Forced To Hand Over Electronics And Passwords At Airport - Compares U.S. To Nazi Germany

“I think the American people should be extremely concerned about their personal rights and privacy. As I was being searched at the airport, there was a Latino couple to my left, and an Asian couple to my right also being aggressively searched. I briefly had to remind myself that this was not North Korea or Nazi Germany. This is the land of the Free. – Anthony Silva, Mayor of Stockton, California

By Michael Krieger: Just in case you’re still under the infantile illusion that you reside in a free country.
From ArsTechnica:

Stockton, California Mayor Anthony R. Silva attended a recent mayor’s conference in China, but his return trip took a bit longer than usual. At the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) this week, agents with the Department of Homeland Security detained Silva and confiscated his personal cell phone among other electronics. According to comments from the mayor, that may not even be the most alarming part.
“Unfortunately, they were not willing or able to produce a search warrant or any court documents suggesting they had a legal right to take my property,” Silva told SFGate. “In addition, they were persistent about requiring my passwords for all devices.”